President Donald Trump’s bizarre offer to pardon legendary boxer and civil rights activist Muhammad Ali floored MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle.
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After playing the clip of Trump, Ali Velshi asked his co-host, “why is he thinking about Ali?”
But Ruhle was speechless as she shook her head side-to-side, with a look of bewilderment on her face.
“Yeah, OK,” Velshi said to break the silence.
Finally, Ruhle found her voice, as the pair finished each other’s sentences while explaining to their viewers that the United States Supreme Court had unanimously overturned Ali’s conviction. In 1971.